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CONTENTS PAGE INTRODUCTION-The Parts of Speech 1 Analysis of the Sentence 11 Order of Words and Clauses 16 EXERCISES I. Elementary Rules 23 II. III. Meaning of Words and Phrases 28, 33 IV. Agreement of Subject and Verb 36 V. VI. Accusative with Infinitive, Oratio Obliqua (Indirect Discourse) 39, 42 VII. Nominative with Infinitive 45 VIII. Adjectives-Agreement, Use as Nouns, etc. 49 IX. Adjectives and Adverbs 55 X. XI. The Relative 59, 63 XII. Correlatives 66 XIII. The Infinitive as a Noun 70 XIV. Final Clauses (Purpose Clauses)-Sequence of Tenses 74 XV. Consecutive Clauses (Result Clauses) 77 XVI. Ut, Ne, introducing a Noun Clause 83 XVII. Quominus, Quin-Verbs of Fearing 89 XVIII. Commands and Prohibitions 93 XIX. Remarks on Moods-Subjunctive used independently 96 XX. Interrogative Sentences-Direct 101 XXI. XXII. Interrogative Sentences-Dependent or Indirect 107, 111 XXIII. Tenses of the Indicative 115 ix x CONTENTS PAGE XXIV. How to translate Can, Could, May, Might, Shall, Must, etc. 121 XXV. Remarks on the Cases-the Nominative 125 XXVI. Apposition 129 XXVII. XXVIII. The Accusative 132, 136 XXIX.-XXXII. The Dative 139, 143, 146, 148 XXXIII.-XXXV. The Ablative 151, 156, 159 XXXVI.-XL. The Genitive 163, 166,168, 171, 173 XLI. Place, Space 178 XLII. Expressions of Time 182 XLIII. Prepositions-General Remarks ; Prepositions with Accusative 186 XLIV. Prepositions with Ablative 191 XLV. Pronouns, Personal and Demonstrative 194 XLVI. Pronouns, Reflexive and Emphatic 199 XLVII. Pronouns, Indefinite 203 XLVIII. A and B. Pronouns-Idem, alius, etc. 207, 211 XLIX. L. Gerund and Gerundive 214,218 LI. The Supines 222 LII. Participles 224 LIII. The Ablative Absolute 230 LIV. Temporal Clauses-General Rules, Cum 233 LV. Temporal Clauses-Dum, Donec, Priusquam, etc. 238 LVI. Oratio Obliqua (Indirect Discourse) 241 LVII.-LIX. Conditional Clauses 246, 251, 256 LX. Concessive Clauses 262 LXI. Causal and Explanatory Clauses 265 LXII. Comparative Clauses 268 CONTENTS LXIII. Qui-Clauses : Final (Purpose) and Consecutive (Result) 276 LXIV. Qui-Clauses : Causal and Concessive 280 LXV. Reported Speeches in Oratio Obliqua (Indirect Discourse) 283 LXVI. Numerals 289 LXVII. The Roman Calendar 294 APPENDIX: CONTINUOUS PROSE COMPOSITION- Preliminary Hints 299 Passages for Translation 308 GENERAL VOCABULARY 385 INDEX OF SUBJECTS 431 LATIN INDEX 437
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Latin language -- Composition and exercises.
Latin language -- Grammar -- Problems, exercises, etc.